Meek Mill's attorneys has filed legal docs requesting the judge who sentenced him to years in prison to take herself off the situation due to improper conduct.
Meek's legal group firmly hints that the judge has a vendetta -- pointing out she left a "surreptitious trip to the community support website" in which the rapper has been scheduled to serve meals to the homeless. They assert that move has been to get a judge out online.
Meek's attorneys claim Judge Genece Brinkley includes a personal vendetta against Meek, specifically for not leaving his audio group at Roc Nation for a different audio manufacturer ... Charlie Mack. As we mentioned, we are told the FBI was in Judge Brinkley's court for over a year through the respective hearings, tracking her behavior.
The legal docs, filed by lawyer Brian McMonagle and Joe Tacopina, also mention the judge supposedly hoping to get Meek into record a Boyz II Men song and provide her a shout-out from the lyrics.